Ryan Gibson Stewart
|Ryan Gibson Stewart|
|Date of birth||23 May 1977|
|Origin||Demarest, NJ, USA|
Ryan Gibson Stewart was a freelance digital writer for Heroes, focusing on the Heroes: Survival game and other digital content for Heroes Evolutions. He also wrote a chapter for the iStory Purpose. Ryan worked for Heroes for the majority of Season Four. Years later with the production of Heroes Reborn, Ryan was hired by Retrofit Films as a researcher for the Dark Matters webisode series.
In addition to his work for NBC, Ryan is an administrator on Heroes Wiki. He has conducted multiple interviews with the Heroes cast and crew, and has appeared four times on G4's The Post Show, an interactive television series on the G4 Network related to the NBC series Heroes.
Outside of Heroes, Ryan is an elementary school teacher and the director of a Boy Scout summer camp. He resides near Harrisburg, PA.
- In the Heroes universe, RGS, a New York City nightclub, and the RGS Hotels in Paris and London are named after him.
- There is also a character, Ryan Stewart, named after him.
- Pearl was named for Ryan's daughter, whose middle name is Pearl.
- Ryan Gibson Stewart is interviewed on The Post Show (YouTube video)
- Ryan Gibson Stewart's first debate with Lauren Gilstein on The Post Show (YouTube video)
- Ryan Gibson Stewart's second debate with Lauren Gilstein on The Post Show (YouTube video)
Alexis Brandow (senior web designer) • Yule Caise (Sword Saint director) • Tony Carenzo (executive producer) • Aron Eli Coleite (blog writer) • Zach Craley (HeroTruther writer) • Ulisses Guimaraes (senior web designer) • Markus Hagen (lead designer) • Chris Hanada (HeroTruther producer) • Kent Hughes (director of photography) • Tom Inkel (digital writer) • Chuck Kim (Sword Saint writer) • Tanner Kling (HeroTruther director) • Marisha Mukerjee (HeroTruther writer) • John O'Hara (transmedia producer) • Masi Oka (blog writer) • Ryan Gibson Stewart (digital writer) • Joe Tolerico (NBC senior producer) • Kevin Tostado (director of photography) • Carri Wagner (new media) • Mark Warshaw (Heroes Evolutions producer) • Zach Wilson (digital writer)